EXHIBIT B DESCRIPTION OF OWNER S AND TENANT S WORK AND ALLOWANCE PROVISIONS

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1 EXHIBIT B DESCRIPTION OF OWNER S AND TENANT S WORK AND ALLOWANCE PROVISIONS I. The following work shall be done for or by the Owner, except as otherwise specified. A. STRUCTURE: 1. Frame: A structural frame of steel, concrete and/or masonry construction or any combination thereof, with a floor and roof design to carry live loads in accordance with applicable building codes. 2. Roof: The roof shall be E.P.D.M. or such other material as selected by Project Architect. 3. Exterior Walls: Exterior walls of the Shopping Center shall be of noncombustible construction and of finish as deigned by Owner or Owner s architect. 4. Floors: Floors shall be concrete floors within the Leased premises. Owner shall pour floor or provide a constructions credit for the non poured surface to within thirty five (35) feet of the rear wall of the Leased premises according to plans provided to Tenant. Any additional cost shall be the responsibility of Tenant. 5. Ceiling: To be provided by Tenant, as required. B. COMMON AREA AND SERVICE: 1. Parking Lot, Rampways, Sidewalks: Such areas, as shown in Exhibit A Shall be lighted, surfaced and landscaped as determined by landlord. C. UTILITIES: 1. Electrical Services: The Owner shall provide and empty 1 ½ or larger conduct from meter center to Tenant Space. Owner shall also provide a separate meter panel to be located within a common utility room. The cost for meters and installation shall be Tenant s Responsibility. 2. Water and Sanitation Sewer: The Owner shall bring to the Leased premises a ¾ valved and capped cold water pipe. Owner shall construct an 6 sanitary sewer line across the back of Tenant s space approximately 25 out from rear wall (see plans

2 provided to Tenant). The lavatory and water closet fixtures and all additional improvements constructed shall be Tenant s responsibility. 3. Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) service: Owner shall provide and install the required rooftop HVAC equipment and ducts through roof. Equipment will be sized to provide minimum of 1 ton per 300 square feet of cooling capacity within the Leased premises. 4. Gas: Owner shall provide gas main, and gas piping to the individual HVAC rooftops units only. The cost for any deviation from gas meter and installation shall be Tenant s sole responsibility. D. STORE FRONT: Store shall be designated by Project Architect and installed by Landlord. E. FIRE PROTECTION: Automatic sprinklers for fire protection shall be installed in the leased premises as required by applicable building codes with heads turned up. Any modifications to the sprinkler system or heads turned up within the leased premises required by Tenant s work shall be done by Owner s contractor, at the expense of Tenant. F. GENERAL: Owner shall have the right to run roof drainage lines, utility lines, pipes, conduits, duct work and/or component parts of all mechanical and electrical systems where necessary or desirable through attic space, column space or other parts of the Leased premise, to repair, alter, replace or remove the same, and to require Tenant to install and maintain proper access panels thereto. G. CONTRUCTION CREDITS: If Tenant elects to accept construction credits in lieu of any Landlord s work as herein described, the amount of such credit shall be defined by letter from Owner s Tenant Finish Coordinator. II. Tenant s Work: All work required to complete and place the Leased premise in finished condition for opening for business, except the work described in Owner s Work is to be completed by Tenant, at Tenant s expense. All work shall be done in accordance with all local, State and federal building requirements, A. FIELD VERIFICATIONS: It shall be the Tenant s responsibility to field verify all conditions. B. PARTITIONS BETWEEN TENANT AREAS: Partitions between Leased areas shall be framed with metal studs and as approved by Owner

3 C. INTERIOR WALLS: All interior walls (including partitions and curtain walls other than partitions separating Leased premises) shall be framed with metal studs. D. INTERIOR PAINTING: All interior painting and decoration including taping and spackling of all interior partitions where required. E. PLUMBING: All plumbing, water meter and plumbing fixtures shall be installed according to Nebraska State Plumbing Codes. F. FURNISHING, FIXTURES AND SIGNS: All furnishings, trade fixtures, signs and related parts, shall be of new first quality material. Installation location and design of all signs are subject to prior written consent of Owner as provided in Paragraph III B. G. HOT WATER HEATER: Domestic hot water heater where required shall be electric, automatic and less than 6 gallons capacity. If space use dictates a heater with a capacity in excess of 6 gallons, Tenant must receive Owner s prior approval. All heaters shall be automatic, properly vented and with all necessary safety controls. The relief valve must be piped to an open drain. Special metering for any heater shall be included by Tenant if required by Owner. H. GREASE PAN: For tenants requiring a grease exhaust hood, the Tenant shall furnish and install an appropriately sized grease pan around the roof opening to protect the Owner s roof from grease damage. Maintenance of this grease pan is Tenant s responsibility. I. FLOORS: All floor coverings and floor finishes. Tenant is permitted no depressions from the established floor level. J. ELECTRICAL WORK: Tenant shall furnish and install all additional electrical work from the meter center into the Leased premises except that work described in Owner s Work. Tenant shall provide electrical conduits wiring and boxes in the concrete floor slab as required to permit laying of concrete floor by Owner, in accordance with Owner s construction schedule. Tenant shall furnish and install all systems, where required, for telephones, intercommunications, music, antennas, material handling or conveyor, burglar alarm, vault wiring, fire protection alarm and clock, and time clocks, conductors and all necessary disconnect switches for all motors required by Tenant, including exterior signage. All work shall be done in accordance with the 1984 Nations Electrical Code.

4 K. GAS: Tenant shall install and furnish any size gas meter or piping and any additional gas piping from the meter, or shall reimburse Owner the cost of said metering and additional piping. L. HEATING, VENTILATION, AND AIR-CONDITIONING (HVAC) SERVICE: Tenant shall furnish and install metal supply and return duct work throughout the Leased premises, (the use of attic space as a return air plenum or duct board as supply and return duct work is not permitted), and shall be responsible for locating and wiring any thermostat controls for the HVAC units as provided for by Owner. Any additional equipment, make-up systems, and/or exhaust systems shall be furnished and installed by Tenant. M. TEMPORARY SERVICES: During Tenant s construction period Tenant shall provide and pay for heat, temporary connections and meter for water, gas, and electrical service brought to such point. Tenant shall pay for all electricity, gas and water during this period. N. CHANGES AND ALTERATIONS: Owner reserves the right to require changes in Tenant s work when necessary by reason of code requirements or directives of governmental authorities having jurisdiction over the Leased premises. O. GENERAL PROVISIONS: All Work done by Tenant shall be governed in all respects by, and shall be subject to the following: 1. Tenant agrees not to commence Tenant s work until Tenant has secured Owner s written approval of the plans and specifications required to be submitted by Tenant to Owner. Owner agrees to notify Tenant in advance of the day when Tenant must commence Tenant s Work and Tenant agrees that Owner may require Tenant, subject to such notice, to commence Tenant s Work before Owner s Work has been fully completed, provided that the Leased premises and the building of which the Leased premises are a part are completed to the extent that is practicable for Tenant to commence Tenant s Work. Tenant Work shall be coordinated with the work being done by the Owner and/or other tenant s of Owner to such a degree that the Owner and/or other tenant s of the Owner to such a degree that such work will not interfere with or delay the completion of such work by the Owner and/or other tenant s of the Owner. Owner shall have the right to require Tenant, Tenant s Contractors, and Subcontractors to furnish a performance bond and other security in a form and in such amounts satisfactory to Owner for the prompt and faithful performance by Tenant of Tenant s Work. Such performance bond (s) shall name Owner or such other successors or assigns of Owner. The performance of Tenant s Work shall cause no interference whatsoever with the completion of Owner s Work in the Leased premises or in the remainder of the Shopping Center.

5 2. Tenant s work shall be performed in a first-class workmanlike manner and shall be in good and usable condition at the date of completion thereof. Tenant shall require any such party to be responsible for the replacement or repair of any and all work done or finished by or through such party which shall become defective within one (1) year after substantial completion of the Work. The correction of such Work shall be included without additional charge for any replacement, or repair of any part of the Work in which may be damaged or disturbed thereby. All warranties or guarantee as to material or workmanship on or with respect to the Tenant s Work shall be contained in the contract of subcontract which shall be so written that such guarantees or warranties shall insure to the benefit of both Owner and Tenant, as their respective interests appear, and can be directly enforce by either. Tenant covenants and agrees to give Owner any assignment of other assurances necessary to effect the same. 3. Owner shall have the right (but shall not be obligated) to perform by its own contractor or subcontractor, on behalf of and for the account of Tenant any Tenant s Work which Owner determines should be so performed. Specifically, such work shall include areas which affect any structural components of or general utility systems for the building in which the Leased premised are located. If Owner so determines, it shall so notify Tenant prior to the commencement of such work. Tenant shall promptly, on demand, reimburse Owner for all costs of planning and performing such work when and as incurred by Owner and for all permits in connection therewith. 4. Compliance with laws: All Tenant s Work shall conform to applicable statutes ordinance, regulations, codes and the requirements of Owner s fire underwriter. Tenant shall obtain and convey to Owner all approvals with respect to electrical, gas, water heating, and cooling, cable and telephone work, and as may be required by utility company supplying the service. 5. Approvals: No approvals by Owner shall be deemed valid unless the same shall be in writing signed by Owner or Owner s architect. 6. Insurance: Prior to commencement of Tenant s Work and until completion thereof, or commencement of the Lease term, whichever is the last to occur, Tenant shall effect and maintain, and provide certification for insurance policies of Builder s Risk Insurance covering Owner, Owner s Lender, Tenant and Tenant s contractors, as their interest may appear, against loss or damage by fire, vandalism and malicious, mischief and such other risks as are customarily covered by so-called extended coverage endorsement upon all Tenant s Work in place and all materials, equipment, supplies and temporary structures of all kinds incident to Tenant s Work and builder s machinery, tools and equipment, all while forming a part contained in, such improvements or temporary structures, while on the Leased premises or within 100 feet thereof, or when adjacent thereof while on malls, drives, sidewalks, street or alleys, all to the full insurable value thereof at all times. In addition, Tenant agrees to require all contractors and subcontractors engaged in the performance of Tenant s Work to effect and maintain and deliver t o Tenant certificates evidencing the existence of, such policies prior to the commencement of Tenant s Work and until completions thereof. III. Design Criteria for Tenant s architectural standards and Tenant s sign;

6 A. TENANT S ARCHITECHTURAL STANDARD: 1. Within thirty (30) days after the execution of this Lease, Tenant shall submit to Owner for Owners approval the proposed design of Tenant s space along with Tenant s signing and materials to be utilized. B. TENANT S SIGNS: 1. Tenant shall erect a store identity sign only. All signage must be approved by the Landlord. Box signs and signs controlled by a timer are not allowed.

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